, Muskogee, OK


April 22, 2012

MLT theater camp enrollment May 5

Muskogee Little Theatre has announced details of its 2012 Summer Youth Theatre Camp and enrollment date. Enrollment will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 5 at MLT front office (mailed forms not accepted). Enrollment capacity is set at 50 students.

Camp tuition for the four-week session and production is $200. Full and partial scholarships are available. Camp enrollment forms (as well as scholarship forms) can be downloaded at (click on Education). A deposit of $100 will be required at enrollment for non-scholarship applicants. If applying for a scholarship, scholarship applications are due at enrollment.

The 2012 MLT Summer Youth Camp production is Gilbert and Sullivan classic, “The Pirates of Penzance, Jr.” It spins a hilarious farce of honor and deception. There are many great featured parts to showcase all talents and levels of ability — including some great roles for performers with comedic skills. Characters include pirates, fair maidens, wenches, and scallywags.

Camp students will learn the complete process of a theatrical production including the audition process, stage direction, vocals, choreography, set and costume construction, make-up, stage management and crew, sound and lights, special effects, and cross-curricular activities. Enrolled campers ONLY will be cast and involved with the production.

Camp dates are: June 4-29. Camp production dates are: June 28-July 1.

Campers must be between the age of 6-14. Camp will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday at the theater. Muskogee Little Theatre will provide: a safe and educational experience; a structured daily schedule; qualified, experienced instructors; all materials and supplies; a daily snack; and a camp t-shirt.

Information: (click Education) or

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